Our Trainings

Our trainings are  designed and delivered with the core intent of bringing about change. We measure the success of our training on the impact it has on the individual trainee and the community at large. The other pillar training philosophies that are at the core of our being are:

–  Relational         –  Need based 

–  Facilitation       –  Experiential learning cycle

Relational

We believe a positive  relationship built between training facilitators and trainees and amongst trainees is the gateway to a successful learning. Where there is a positive relationship there is trust. Where there is trust people feel safe to share their experiences, challenge ideas, become vulnerable enough to make mistakes and try new things more freely thus enhancing the learning process. Playing games together, actively listening, being vulnerable and sharing one’s own experience are some of the things our skilled facilitators intentionally use to create a positive relationship with trainees. For our facilitators they are not just techniques they use but it is part of who they are.

Need based

Our trainings cater to the needs of our trainees as individuals, as a group and as a community. Providing need based trainings is the major contributing factor for our trainings being relevant for all of those involved. Relevant training results on trainees being active engaged on the training process.

Facilitation

As a training philosophy we believe the trainees, be it children, adolescents or adults from every walk of life, are rich with knowledge, skills and many life experiences that everyone can learn from. That is why in all of our trainings we insist on following facilitation mode of training. Our facilitative approach to training allows everyone to contribute to the learning process.

Experiential learning cycle

People learn best when they are personally involved in the learning experience. We don’t merely allow group discussions but create concrete experiences related with the topics allowing the trainees to fully engage in forming abstract concepts by reflecting on what they have experienced. Following the experiential learning cycle also allows us to address the whole of the person – challenging attitudes (Heart), adding knowledge (Head) and taking something practical (Hands).

Some of our training packages

Creating caregivers who are trauma competent

Understanding trauma and simple child focused counseling tools

A tool that can be used to hold a debriefing session for a group who’ve experienced stressful/ traumatic event

Creating a culture of peace and reconciliation

Helping children & adolescents begin experiencing healing whose stories are of poverty, loss of a parent/ parents, separation and abuse.

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